This category is for comics and cartoons that appear in a strip format (that is, a small series of panels) or as a single panel. Newspaper comics belong in this category. So do many Web comics, if they appear as a regularly updated series of small episodes under a single title, rather than separate comics stories.
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Strip cartoon about math, science and geek culture.
College graduates with varying personalities facing reality. Archive, FAQ, merchandise, character profiles, and message board.
Daily comic strip by Huw Williams, previously in the Purdue Exponent about life at University. Site features a daily strip with an archive, a set of character profiles and creator information.
A guy who has just graduated from university and is looking for a job, a life and a girlfriend. But since he's dopey, clumsy and cheeky, unexpected things happen on the way.
A cartoon of modern life as lived by a retarded otter, an alcoholic tiger, and two bears.
The Adventures of Aaron Fan Page
Fan page for Aaron Warner's daily strip; includes archived strips.
The Adventures of Dan
Web comic about Dan and his friends, who play a lot of videogames. By Michael Arsers.
The Adventures of Elliot Wangley
Weekly humor strip making fun of spy stories and whatever else comes to mind, by Mark R. Largent.
Aford T. Turtle
This strip by Aaron Riddle follows the adventures of a turtle and his forest pals. Archived comics, merchandise for sale.
Home to the adventures of the Nuclear Onion and the Atomic Pea. Original cartoons, requires Flash.
Cartoons based on actual airplane safety instruction pictures. By Taber. Regularly updated.
Stick figure computer generated comics, featuring the Moose Cow.
Angry Little Girls
Weekly strip about little girls who are angry about boys, kissing, chores, allowances, parents, school, and life in general, by Lela Lee. With character profiles, message board, and merchandise.
A comic about angry people saying amusing things.
Anne Frank Conquers the Moon Nazis
Comic in which Anne Frank is brought back to life as a superhero to battle Hitler in the future.
Antihero for Hire
Comedy-driven nocturnal superhero action. Features an archive, a forum and about.
Humor strip by Aric McKeown, about a time-traveler's bizarre problems. Also features the single-panel humor cartoon "?".
This fictional manga about guns, FBI, secret organization, covert operation, and crazy agents is based upon the Asian Mafia Story by Khaki Corp. Updated every Sunday.
Furry comic about a taxi driver who travels between webcomics for fares.
A daily webcomic featuring the slightly off-the-wall students of a Canadian high school. By Josh Phillips.
Featuring a series about the mostly fictional lives of a bunch of students. Includes archives and character bios.
Last update:October 1, 2016 at 17:24:06 UTC